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Port Dalhousie Harbour Walkway

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In Niagara, there is nothing quite like Port Dalhousie.  Its charm lies in its historic port and beach atmosphere, with two piers are popular strolls for Niagara residents in the summer months.  The Port Dalhousie Harbourfront Walkway, part of the Waterfront Trail, will take you past the cottages, Old Port's bustling centre, Lakeside Park and the Old Carousel, preserved locks from the First and Second Welland Canals, and by Rennie Park on Martindale Pond, overlooking the world-class Henley Rowing Course.


Port Dalhousie Harbour was the northern end of the first Welland Canal. As well, it was once the southern port for a cross-lake steamer service to Toronto.


Fairview Creek, Martindale Pond, Martindale Park, Michael Rennie Park, Lakeside Park, Michigan Beach.


Ontario Gardens, boat tours, Federal Marina Complex, Port Dalhousie Yacht Club, a picnic shelter, Fish and Game Association Boat Launch, restaurants and boutiques, Royal Canadian Henley Regatta Rowing Venue.

Recreational Uses

Walking, Cycling, Jogging

Adjacent Land Uses

Marina, Urban

Further Information

Niagara Greenway Network: http://www.brocku.ca/epi/gwaylist.htm

Ownership & Management

City of St.Catharines, Private Land Owners


St. Catharines, Ontario


(905) 937 7210


City of St.Catharines
Recreation and Community Services
320 Geneva Street
St. Catharines, Ontario
Tel (905) 937 7210

Trail length 

5 km

Surface features 

Stone Dust and Concrete

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